Design, Build, Rehab & Additions, Community Builds, Public Art, Backyard Projects & Residential Concrete
If your city has an aging park, we can assess how to add/change elements to make it fresh for a new generation of users.
Our designs are innovative, balanced, and engaging for all styles and levels of skateboarding. We utilize building techniques that ensure long-lasting parks with low long-term maintenance.
Each park should become a unique communtiy footprint that is not only a skatepark, but a piece of public art that engages the community throughout the design and build.
Design team and build team crew member Sol Briggs photographed our progress last week as we worked our way through the snakerun and flats in the street area. It is the first official week of spring and a new beginning to the build year celebrated by a burst of growth/movement at the Switchyard site.
“The Hunger Skateparks team customized and created a plan for our specific needs. The installation of the elements was amazing to watch as the construction team worked well together. As onlookers of the construction process noted, “They work like a well-oiled machine.” We were proud not only to have Hunger Skateparks build our facility, but proud to have them in our town.”Louise Gudas Winamac, IN Skatepark Advocate and Co-Founder
“Not only does this park skate good for users on all levels, it looks amazing too, and it is more than obvious to anyone, that the park was built with love for skateboarding and the aspect of building skate-terrain. So many neat details are included that you rarely see in todays skateparks, and Bart Smith is responsible for it all. His analytical skills, his artistic sense and approach, and his outstanding work-ethics are far superior to anyone I’ve ever seen.”Jesper Andreasen, School of Skørping, Denmark
“They (Hunger) were happy to hold multiple meetings in order to gather ideas and encourage overall project involvement. Design was completed in approximately 6 weeks. Hunger Skateparks also furnished a sample design of similar square footage to use for Henry County Food and Beverage Grant 2016, which the City of New Castle-Park Board was awarded $275,000.00.”Patty Broyles, City of New Castle, IN Park Board President